User experience design is a concept that has many dimensions, and it includes a bunch of different disciplines—such as interaction design, information architecture, visual design, usability, and human-computer interaction.
It is the process of enhancing user satisfaction with a product by improving the usability,

User experience design encompasses traditional human–computer interaction design;
Experience design ,including the practice of designing products, processes, services, events.

The UX design course takes you around the customer experience, according to the established design process, according to the product goals, using UX design to complete the product design with great user experience and experience different product interactive design process

The cost of the entire training course is: $11000.00

Chapter 1 – The Reason — 10%

1.Communication Skills. Let’s kick it off with a Venn diagram. …

2.Analytical Skills. This is an essential one when dealing with data. …

3.Visual Design Skills. …

4.Empathy. …

5.An Understanding of Coding. …

6.Project Management Knowledge. …

7.Business Skills and Strategic mindset. …

8.Writing Skills.

9.Critical Thinking


Chapter 2 – Introduction – - 10%
1.Fundamental Concepts
2.What is UX
3.UX design status
Chapter 3 – Research and Prototype- 15%

1.Understand the needs of users: conversation, survey

2.Investigation and discuss

3.Research: data analysis and online experiments

Chapter 4 – Core needs analysis – 15%

1.Case studies

2.user survey

3.Conduct your workshop

4.Organize research information

5.Research competitive market

6.Specify principles for project design

Chapter 5 – Information architecture – 10%

1.Design Principle: Overview

2.Design, operation and experimental analysis

3.Information architecture


5.From Wireframe to prototype

Chapter 6 – Interactive Design – 15%

1.How to establish the navigation and architecture

2.Input and interaction

3.Page flow chart

4.Data modeling

Chapter 7 – visual design – 20%

1.Design mode

2.Visual design: typography, color

3.Making labels

Chapter 8 – case study – 5%

1.Final project: Design a UX interface for TimeBank

2.functional visibility and instructional marker

3.conceptual model and system image